Re: XML, Gnome and Mnemonic

> As the author of the (not yet completed) XML parser of the Mnemonic
> WWW browser ( project, I'd like to offer some
> of my time to collaborate on giving Gnome a XML parser object. We have
> some running code, most of which is in a re-design phase right now,
> and I have done plenty of research into how I think such a thing could
> be written to be most useful to various applications. I haven't had
> much time recently, but 'that thesis thing' is done now and I will have
> plenty of time to work on it during the summer.
 Great, everybody is writing it's own parser :-) ... Yeah designing a 
correct interface on top of it isn't a piece of cake, that's exactly the
job done in W3C's DOM (Document Object Model) working group, and
I suggest reading it before redesigning your interfaces.

> Daniel (and other interested people out here), are you interested in a
> combined effort? If so, is it time to get together and start
> discussing details and do the work (ie. a separate list or something
> like that)?
  See my previous post, I count you in.

> And while we're at it: has the licensing isssue been settled?

  For W3C licence I guess it's Ok, for Jim Clark's expat parser,
I'm not sure ... 
  But let's discuss that on a separate channel, I hate the idea of
wasting the time of people not interested in this subject, they
already got enough E-mail on this subject.

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